“The most productive autobiography ever written by way of an actor. An impressive paintings.” —Chicago Tribune

Chaplin’s heartfelt and hilarious autobiography tells the tale of his formative years, the problem of picking out and perfecting his ability, his next film occupation and around the world superstar. On this, probably the most first actual superstar memoirs, Chaplin shows all of the charms, peculiarities and deeply-held ideals that made him such an endearing and lasting persona.

Re-issued as a part of Melville Area’s Neversink Library, My Autobiography gives devoted Chaplin enthusiasts and informal admirers alike an impressive glimpse into the the center and the thoughts of Hollywood’s authentic genius maverick.

Take this unforgettable adventure with the person George Bernard Shaw referred to as “the one genius to come back out of the film trade” as he movements from his impoverished South London formative years to the heights of Hollywood wealth and popularity; from the McCarthy-technology investigations to his founding of United Artists to his “opposite migration” again to Europe, My Autobiography is a studying revel in to not be overlooked.